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What makes Greater Phoenix so great: Eric Miller
What is your first and last name? Eric Miller How old are you? 55 What city do you currently reside in? Phoenix How long have you lived in Greater Phoenix? 36 years + 5 as a kid Where are you originally from and why’d you decide to move to Arizona? I grew up all around […]View Post »
What makes Greater Phoenix so great: Brett Farmiloe
What is your first and last name? Brett Farmiloe How old are you? 35 What city do you currently reside in? Scottsdale How long have you lived in Greater Phoenix? Since 2006 – more than 13 years now! Where are you originally from and why’d you decide to move to Arizona? Born and raised in […]View Post »
A driving force behind the Greater Phoenix business...
Written and compiled by Robert Yehling, Innovation & Tech Today Greater Together. These two words standing alone might not seem like much, but to the Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC), they fuel transformation. GPEC was founded 30 years ago on the foundation of regionalism, collaboration, connectedness and innovation. Fast forward to today and there is […]View Post »
Kenway Consulting opens second office in Scottsdale,...November 12, 2019
CHICAGO, IL (November 12, 2019) – Kenway Consulting announced today that it is expanding its footprint and opening a second office in Scottsdale, AZ. The Chicago-based management and technology consulting firm was founded in 2004, and specializes in the areas of Technology Solution Delivery, Enterprise Program Leadership, and Information Insight. The company’s deep knowledge of […]View Post »
Meet Sherman & Howard: Established, leading law...
A conversation with Gregory W. Falls, Arizona Offices managing member for Sherman & Howard What city is your company located in? Gregory W. Falls: Phoenix and Scottsdale Tell us about your company: Falls: Sherman & Howard L.L.C. is a regional firm with a national practice. Our over 180 lawyers (30 in Arizona) serve a broad […]View Post »
Pipeline AZ – Industry Network EventsNovember 6, 2019
Event Dates: November 18 – 21, 2019 Location: GPEC Office, 2 N Central Ave, Suite 2500, Phoenix, AZ 85004 Building the future Arizona talent pipeline is a community effort. This month, Pipeline AZ is hosting educational, networking events for four of the fastest growing industries in the state. Discover how the Pipeline AZ Industry […]View Post »
Our region’s leaders are creating the Greater Phoenix...
By Chris Camacho, GPEC president and CEO Since 1989, the Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC) has helped create one of the strongest regional brands in the country. For the last decade, I have had the privilege of working with our region’s civic and business leaders to position Greater Phoenix as the location of choice for […]View Post »
Foreign Trade Zones in Greater Phoenix
Industry experts discuss how the FTZ program can benefit our regional economy Greater Phoenix’s pro-business climate and economic development programs have made it even easier to conduct business in the region now more than ever before. In fact, Arizona is one of two states that have additional benefits for companies located within a Foreign Trade […]View Post »
Invest in success: 3 reasons why financial services...
Greater Phoenix is home to a dynamic and growing finance and insurance cluster. In fact, it is the sixth largest in the nation. Many of the leading financial services and insurance firms employ hundreds to thousands of individuals in our region including American Express, Charles Schwab, State Farm Insurance, Aetna, and more. Here are the top three reasons why financial services and insurance companies, like the ones […]View Post »
Seattle and Chicago are now targets for Arizona officials...
Written by Russ Wiles, The Republic | azcentral.com Arizona economic-development officials are seeking to lure employers from high-tax cities and states, and a controversial employment tax that was approved May 14 in Seattle could make their job easier. The tax has led to boisterous town meetings, protests by construction workers and a halt in the building of an […]View Post »